Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station

(661) 260-4000
26201 Golden Valley Road, Santa Clarita, CA 91350

Serving the areas of: Angeles National Forest, Bouquet Canyon, Canyon Country, Castaic, City of Santa Clarita, Gorman, Hasley Canyon, Newhall, Neenach, Sand Canyon, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Sleepy Valley, Southern Oaks, Stevenson Ranch, Sunset Point, Tesoro del Valle, Valencia, Val Verde, West Hills, Westridge.

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station

(661) 260-4000
26201 Golden Valley Road, Santa Clarita, CA 91350


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Updated Information



Who is your Zone Leader?

Deputy Barnaby Ortega:
Deputy Jeffrey Brito:
Deputy Steven Snover:

Reporting Districts
0681 0685
0682 0686
0683 0687
0684 0688

Shared Districts
Parks Bureau
Pyramid Lake

Business RD
Gorman Township

Deputy Brian Rooney: (661) 287-5734 –

Reporting Districts
0662 0674
0675 0679

PDC 0676
Castaic MS 0665
Castaic HS 0656

Parks Bureau
Castaic Lake
Castaic Lake Recreation 8307
Castaic Sports Complex 8308
Del Valle Park 0657
Val Verde Park/Youth Activities League 0693
Hasley Cyn Park 0696
Hasley Cyn Equestrian Ctr 8309

Deputy Rudy Hernandez: – (661) 287-5736

Reporting Districts
0660 0661

Magic Mtn: 0692
Rancho Pico Jr. High: 0667
West Ranch HS: 0668

Richard Rouix Park: 0659
Pico Canyon Park:
Jake Kuredjian Park:

Business RD: 0664

Deputy Keith Wells: – (661) 287-5735

Reporting Districts

Saugus HS: 0646
Bowman HS: 0668
Rio Norte Jr. High: 0666

Parks Bureau
West Creek Park: 0680
Tesoro Adobe Park:

Deputy Michael Thompson: – (661) 287-5733

Reporting Districts
Court – 0621

Shared Districts

Arroyo Seco Jr. High: 0609
Cal Arts: 0601
College of the Canyons:
Valencia HS: 0607

Business RD

Auto Center: 0644
Industrial Park: 0645
Town Center: 0608

Deputy Keith Wells: – (661) 287-5735

Reporting Districts

Shared Districts
Hart HS: 0603
Master’s College: 0604
Platerita Jr. High: 0615

Parks Bureau
William S. Hart Park: 0694

Business RD
Lyons Ave:

Deputy Rafael Sierra Jr.: – (661) 287-5744

Reporting Districts

Shared Districts

Canyon HS: 0606
Golden Valley HS: 0638
La Mesa Jr. High: 0636
Sierra Vista Jr High: 0614

Business RD
Soledad Canyon Rd.:

Deputy Juan Ayala Melgoza: – (661) 287-5743

Reporting Districts

Shared Districts
College of the Canyons – East: 0618

Parks Bureau
Placerita Canyon:

Station Parking Enforcement

The primary Mission of Parking Enforcement Detail (PED) is to ensure the residents of the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County are provided with expeditious vehicle movement to help alleviate parking congestion, improve the availability of parking choices, and to assist the communities in addressing all parking related matters.

PED shall protect and with fairness, apportion scarce parking spaces for all legitimate vehicles by insuring those who violate parking regulations are properly addressed through the California Vehicle Codes (CVC), the Los Angeles County Vehicle Codes (LACoVC) and other various municipal codes.

For more information, view our Parking Enforcement Information Handouts:
English - PDF
Español - PDF

Each Los Angeles County Sheriff's Station has a Parking Enforcement unit. Please visit the Stations page to find your local Sheriff's Station.

Station Locations

Please visit the LA county Sheriff's Department Pay by web site.

Pay by web

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Pay by web

For more information on contesting a site, please visit:

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Public Works Los Angeles County

Many of our Sheriff stations have a dedicated parking enforcement unit. If you have any questions, please use the contact form below. To ensure a quick response, please give us your full name, contact information (email or phone number), and any information that may be useful to your issue:

  1. Citation  – give the citation number and the vehicle license plate.
  2. Illegally parked vehicles – give a description of the vehicle – license plate, make, model, color and address.

Additional Information and Links

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Foundation assists local law enforcement.

This volunteer organization was formed in 1984 by local citizens to assist local law enforcement in a tangible way, purchasing equipment and crime prevention materials, as well as raising funds to help the Civilian Volunteer, Law Enforcement Explorer, and Reserve Deputy Programs at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

Our Sheriff’s Explorer Program has created a volunteer partnership between youths in our community and law enforcement. The explorers, between 15 and 21 years of age, receive extensive training in an academy setting.

They then participate in community affairs and non-hazardous law enforcement activities. The explorer program is great for those youth considering a future career in law enforcement or those who just want to get involved and help out.

If you are interested in working as a Sheriff’s Explorer, please fill out the Deputy Sheriff Explorer Interest Form, or contact:

Deputy Kabrina Borbon 661-287-5742

Those who are interested in the Sheriff’s Explorer program, but do not wish to apply for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, should print the Interest Form and apply to the LA County Sheriff’s station of their preference.

Mission Statement/About Us

In 2010 nationwide trends and local concerns prompted officials from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station in partner with the City of Santa Clarita and the County of Los Angeles to conduct a thorough assessment into the scope of the narcotic epidemic in the Santa Clarita Valley. To address this issue The Santa Clarita Sheriff Station and the city of Santa Clarita developed and implemented the J-TEAM.

The J-Team was formed to direct concentrated attention at both juvenile and adult narcotic addiction and its primary function is to address the growing narcotic problem through education, Intervention, and Enforcement. The J-Teams approach is multi-directional, considering both the addict and their families, including detox, counseling, IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), Residential or rehab in other states.

J-Team Contact Information
Santa Clarita Valley Station
(661) 260-4000
Sgt. Diego Andrade – Ext. 5648
Det. Michael Grijalva – Ext. 5649
Intervention Specialist Robbie Robinson – Ext. 5650